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vallejo as well. up along 80 in looks as though it is lightening up a bit. as we take it through the rest of the day continuing to keep rain chances around. another cell bring me heavy downpours are right on through the golden gate bridge and the bay bridge. that will be the trend today. periods of dry, then some cells working way through with heavy downpours. the shot of the peninsula of through the 10:00 a.m. hour, into mountain view picking up heavier rain. then spotty showers through the afternoon into the evening. it looks as though it may linger around in through tomorrow. the current temperatures '40's, 50's. into the afternoon warming up into the 50s. 50 novato, napa, san rafael. the east bay could be
warmer getting up to 55 mid-50s also south of the peninsula. 7 day around the bay shows more rain on the way. don't put the umbrella for the rain coat away. saturday, sunday slight chance of showers continuing to go into next work week. george? >> george: a developing hot spot on 280 extension, what you are looking at is the caltrans truck that is parked in the lanes of to 80 northbound leading towards san francisco. they're trying to replace a sign that was damaged early morning accident. it forced the closure of a connecting ramp onto interstate 280. because of the placement of the closure a lot of people will be forced onto to 80 southbound. surprisingly it has not backed
up the traffic but it will, and especially since they should be out there for another hour. bridges by adversaries for high winds, the bay bridge toll plaza light traffic but all bay area bridges are under advisories. the golden gate bridge of high wind advisory here, smith is traffic conditions across this band. --supposed traffic conditionright now the floodinge right-hand lane as the morning has gone on a lot of that water has been dissipated, fortunately the no back up but risky situation there. >> darya: let's talk more about that accident, yoli is live
right now what that interchange. yoli is that the wind bouncing the camera? >> reporter: the wind has picked up, the reason why i have to raise this you have to see a better advantage. . there's a track blocking a lanes going towards downtown area. i will pan this over, over in this area, all you see is the frame spirit that's where two sons were dead ., the old frame was dangling. the estimated time to open is 8:00 a.m., it is now
7:00 p.m., isin an hour they have to bring these up so it may extend over that perio. the wins picked up quite a bit, i will demote and pan down, you can see 101 looks pretty good. let me get it over to some of the trees. it goes the way sometimes, the trees really blowing, you can see it moving some of the trees. it comes in waves, you will see a big gust, and then it slows down. wind is definitely a factor here. >> darya: we will check back with you to see the progress to those new signs. mark? >> mark: we have power outages within the last hour the latest
update on what's happening. danville and i'll mull over 400 outages, oakland hell's ove100 s over 100 people out of power. we have a chain requirements on 50, 80, 88. >> darya: we could see delays in flights united, continental holdings says 107 2/7 have been grounded as they perform in aunt's checks that have not been completed yesterday cause 700 flights to be canceled, as well as delays. officials say delays could continue, this morning. seven 07 a.m., back with more of
>> james: following the latest in tall, this is 80 at crystal springs. --tal tahoe--if we loot the map you can see we are dealing with conditions there that are prone to winter storm warnings. it will be in effect into tomorrow afternoon with snow levels down to about 4,000 ft.. you can see where this snow
line is, the rain turning into snow. we are seeing accumulations of a flood, they could see 2 ft. by the end of the day. --accumulations of of ft. --there is a lot of wind as well cost up to 50 mi. an hour. all that snow blowing horizontal. it makes it hard for this snow plows to keep iroads clear. be ready for that. right now everything is open but you have to have your changes. highway 80, 50, and 88. we will follow the forecast towards the weekend. next week is a big ski week for folks. keep it tuned here we will post you with the weather. >> darya: alive look where yoli
is. 1 01-280 interchange. the resin accident where the signs came down. the truck is there. they say they won't have the size up until 8:00 a.m.. >> mark: the state budget woes. gov. jerry brown instituted a hiring freeze across state government tuesday, citing the state's $25.4 billion budget deficit and the need for state agencies to cut millions in expenses. the executive order by brown bars state agencies from hiring new workers, converting part-time positions into full- time positions or transferring employees between agencies or departments. he also prohibited departments from hiring outside contractors to make up for the freeze. the move follows earlier executive orders in which brown slashed the number of state- funded cell phones and cars being used by public employees. san francisco state university was to reduce a college's down to six. the move can increase
traffic is moving there. they do need to get this signed up that tell them. the approach to the bay bridge you have all week with the pummeling and the meter and light spirit--puddling-- >> louisa: just watching this all goes through the peninsula at this hour. through daly city along to 80, headed south right around the airport picking up rain drops appeare. we have a bf rain stretching all the way through fremont. as we take it to the north showers continuing along highway 37 and i-80 corridor. as we head through the morning, pop-up
showers throughout the day. starting out with drying, light rain, and then things like this heavier downpours by the 9:00 a.m. hour in downtown san francisco. by 10:00 a.m., heavier rain in places like hayward and livermore valley. as we head into the afternoon, continuing with isolated showers, pop-up showers wet weather persisting through the evening hours even the overnight hours into tomorrow morning. overcast conditions are expected. you'll need your windshield wipers today. current temperatures are cooler than they were yesterday at this time. 42 for napa, 49 san francisco. by the afternoon into the 50s today overcast conditions continuing. 50 napa, into novato, mid-50s through the
east bay, into redwood city. more wet whether for tomorrow and your friday. this afternoon by 10:00 a.m. maybe some of thunderstorms in the picture. george? >> george: san francisco we have been talking about this all morning long. remember it's not what you see what you don't see. you don't see it caltrans truck blocking lanes of to 80 northbound leading into san francisco. they finish the repair, that caused the closure of the connecting ramp. it had been closed since the early morning hours. thankfully they managed to get the lanes reopened before it had a chance to become a hot spot we knew we
would. they had not expected to open it until 8:00 a.m., they did open it early. we do have a hot spot in hayward nimitz freeway at highway 92. motorcycle accident blocking the to left lanes. it is already back up to 38. the rest of the right not too bad northbound. windy advisories for bay area bridges this morning the ride to the bay bridge is slowing down and grind along through the albany curve spiri. the back up bridges to the 880 over crossed into th. the wind advisories haf the bay area purgesbridges.
>> james: the unrest in the middle east, video of our rally under way right now taking place in libya. colonel khadafy has been in for 40 years. they are chanting and carrying signs. agencies providing this video same the rallies are in several cities. they're downplaying the unrest. that is what is happening is young people are fighting each other. iron, people shop for the funeral. tensions are growing following a crackdown on protests. government officials say the man shot and killed was the pro- government militia. >> darya: labor strikes continue
despite military warnings. airport employees are protesting. they're demanding better wages, health care. thousands of factory workers striking over pay and on safe working conditions. --and sauns- cbs news correspondent lara logan was recovering in a u.s. hospital tuesday from a sexual attack and beating she suffered while reporting on the tumultuous events in cairo. logan was in the city's tahrir square on friday after egyptian president hosni mubarak stepped down when she, her team and their security "were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration," cbs said in a statement tuesday. the network described a mob of more than 200 people "whipped into a frenzy." separated from her crew in the crush of the violent pack, she suffered what cbs called "a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating." she was saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 egyptian soldiers. a quick break, another story we're following a six hour space walk today. the second space
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that's simple nutrition. ♪ that's ingredients for life. safeway. >> mark: bay area weather and maybe some snow through the afternoon, more the same to more showers on and off. clearing out a bit for the weekend. but much chilly temperatures for the weekend. this storm is moving through right now. will tran is in the south bay checking on driving conditions. >> will: northbound 1 01 pass san jose airport. the same thing i'm looking at. visibility not all that great is our rain continues to come down, every now and then it comes down very hard. there is so much water on the ground you have to deal with
all of the water being kicked up by the cars in front of you appear make sure you have plenty of space between you and the car in front of you. i'm going 62 mi. an hour, much more whether coverage throughout the morning as i continue to drive around the bay area. northbound 1 01, will tran, kron 4 news. >> darya: berkeley city council. the measure as the u.s. government to improve pre-trial confinement conditions of private manning, he is suspected of leaking files to the wikileaks web site. the pine pentagon has denied any mistreatment. we'll be back with more on a couple of minutes. the big story is the weather and the traffic. you can see sunshine
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quiet morning, now snow plows virtually everywhere. we had flurries at bedtime, we woke up this morning 6 in. on the ground. >> darya: is the heavy snow? >> caller: it's not really have the id is fairly cold. the wind was howling over night. that kept temperatures down but there should be nice things for skiing. >> darya: on wondering about the drive. >> caller: it was a beautiful drive up here yesterday. i left san francisco about 11:00 or so i took 50 into the tahoe basin. no chain risk directions at all. --chain restrictions at all--
>> darya: are you going to base being while you're waiting to get back. funny how we lose the live callers that funny times. (laughter) well i guess will pay him to speed its part of the job. >> louisa: i have mixed emotions about this because i'm not going to talk over this weekend. we have plenty of snowfall,--tal it creates what of conditions, certainly could be a day for road closures over the passes. to the south of daly city into san francisco and alameda we are seeing some rain come in. through all mo we watched a cell
move through with very heavy downpours in there. you can see showers through milpitas, it north bay, 1 01 south of san rafael. overall just like rain, we will have periods of trying through the morning. the location of cell moving through bringing showers and to the pictures. 9 a.m. our modern rainfall with this cell here. after about the 10:00 a.m. our we bring in the threat of thunderstorms. with that heavy downpours as well. but for the most part pop-up showers through the afternoon into evening commute. right now current temperatures cooler, low 40's for san rosa, napa, your
afternoon highs will stay in the '50s. mid-50s. cooling-off tomorrow. wet whether for thursday, friday, a slight chance to through the weekend. george? >> george: things look good out there despite the wind advisories, and even little flooding. no hot spots right now the bay bridge back up in the toll plaza of flats but the ada the approaches only slowing the right hand lane. --the 880 approach--the san mateo bridge looks good here, little lighter than usual traffic. when the advisories in effect for this and virtually every other bay area bridge. traffic has been good here no problems northbound or southbound for highway 101.
through marin county and a good ride as well. " we thought would turn into a hot spot this morning did not. they opened up a connecting ramp ahead of schedule. it had been shut down since the early morning hours before it had a chance to back up their reopen the lanes. here's a look at the interchange. this is the james lick freeway past to 80. no delays or back up here. mark? >> mark: the wind and the rain and the power outages. this is the latest list. 200 out bridges in orinda, 400 half moon
bay, 100 in oakland, 400 in millbrae. >> darya: jonathan blum has been checking out marin county. >> reporter: before the rain came there was wind. hi windy advisories on signs approaching the golden gate and the san rafael bridge. the toll plaza leaving richmond rustling trees showed it was not a joke. the wind was noticeable but not too problematic across the bridge. at the other and it really picked up. trees and brush with been arounwhat been around. then drenched the pavement and the sidewalk in downtown san rafael, a club storm drains as well. -- claude-it took one cut it took e
customer by surprise when discussed are tried to open its umbrella. sheets of water across the pavement, some people stay dry with the drughooded jacket. though the wind whipped trees did not lose their holiday lights, they lost seats that were blown from the branches. in san rafael jonathan blum. >> mark: we will be right back after the break. san jose right now rain tapering off in the area, traffic is slow.
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the ground, up to 2 ft. before the days dowdone. if your takin0 towards tahoe, cool to run is where we see the snow line there. so right around 2,500 ft. level, as we advance the maps, that is in effect for today and into tomorrow. snow line getting lower by the passing hour. wind gusts up to 50 mi. an hour, and again accumulations' anywhere between 6 in. up to 2 ft.. the higher you get the more snow you will get. that wind will make driving difficult. whiteout conditions a definite possibility. chain requirements
for all highways up to talk halt.to tahoe. darya? >> darya: borders is filing for bankruptcy. the 40 year-old company plans to close 30% of its stores. 200 border stores closing over the next few weeks. the company will get $505 million in financing from capital and others to reorganize. >> mark: a quick break as the news continues. it looks like the rain is wrapping up around the bay area. those wins are turning more northerly so we could still get gust. we'll also get popped up showers but the bulk of the shower moving south.
welcome back. strong winds overnight will tran has been keeping an eye on things out in los gatos. >> will: if you're going northbound on 17 to san jose. this is what faces you. light training thirain right now. thes coming out, of visibility is not a problem. people should be able to see the puddles. make sure you keep plenty of space between the car in front of you. it looks like a lot of people not taking the advice. they're very close to each other, as we know it takes one accident on highway 17 to clause traffic to back up, 4 mi.. for now reporting from highway 17 will tran kron 4 news. >> darya: covering the rain
here, and the snow and tahoe. they can't wait to get out there. the list should be open very soon. >> mark: mac is they're joining us from shore bowl. you have better conditions up there. >> caller: so far from this storm in the last two days 29 in. on us. in 24 hours we got, 24 in. of fresh snow. all lifts are scheduled to open. i 80 is open so you can get up here from the bay. we are finally getting good days than. >> darya: we just thought to 67 there was a big lineup of cars. people need to know you are waking up in their but we are trying to get there and it will take awhile. >> caller: if you're watching this newscast you're already
late. it is slow going. 80 is open, caltrans is keeping the roads safe for everybody to drive on. >> mark: you had a great start for the year, it has been sunny, this will really help things out. a big ski week next week. >> caller: even with the warm temperatures, we still had snow. we always welcome the new snow, we always wanted for the reservoir, and the rest of the state. we want as much as we can have. >> darya: everybody loves spring skiing, but this is the stuff. >> mark: this will keep us being into april hopefully this year. >> darya: in the meantime we don't shovel the rain it just gets in the way of the commute.
>> louisa: we are looking at some showers out there. we got snowfall over mount hamilton, along the peninsula you can see the showers from brisbane stretching into san bruno. danville, walnut creek picking up some rain. for more than held in to the south bay continuing to rain. --morgan hill--by the 9:00 a.m. hour we could actually see a cell work his way through with heavy downpours at times. by 10 a.m. best chance from hayward down into redwood city and mountain view. better chance of thunderstorms pass the 10:00 a.m. hour. with that we could see heavy downpours even the possibility of small hail. by the afternoon spotty on and off
showers chance of rain for everybody through the rest of the day even and to the evening hours. so you're current tempters right now in the '40's, 50's, down and to mount view and san jose cooler than that. low forties for san rosa internet up. the highs will get into mid- 50s this afternoon. keeping a chance of rain around in the picture tomorrow and friday. for those of you headed to the sierra this is what it looks like at the www.showbomb.com snow report. conditions at alpine meadows 152 in., over a foot of new snow, 8 lifts open, all would base depth of 54-94 in.. new snow over 24 hours over
ft. six lifts open. north star based stepped 95 in., 13 in. of new powder, 16 looks open. george? >> george: 680 in the southbound direction heavier into walnut creek. so thin to the san ramon valley it looks better. earlier accident westbound 24 help to back up the traffic towards the interchange. that's why it is slow out of pleasant hill. as we picked up our camera this right here headed into the san ramon valley sluggish yes, but not as bad as it is likely to get. there was a cell that just went through the area. you can see this break being kicked up by the passing vehicles. it is not
backed up to south main street. interstate 80 west bound still pretty sluggish leading down to the lorry shore freeway. when the advisories are in affect for all bay area bridges traffic to the purchase is not bad. the bay bridge not bad back up here. south bay 1013 said on say, cameras moving aroun101, it is e montague expressway. >> mark: considering legislation to allow zero dog walkers to get a permit to take dogs to city parks. this comes as officials proposed tightening leash rules on federal parks around san francisco. dog advocates say regulating dog walkers will insure they keep dogs under control.
>> darya: city attorney is to pushing for the second gain in junction today. the city attorney wants an injunction for the area here surrounded with the yellow line. it would are gang members from hanging out with one another. lawyers will call witnesses who will speak on the harm that would be caused by this injunction. that hearing is set for 1:30 p.m. 7:53 a.m., we will be back with more a couple of minutes. the approach to the bay bridge. things are drying up for the moment anyway. traffic is still backed up. we will be right back.
almost a month after finishing 65th in his last competitive race in australia, and nearly six years removed from the last of an unprecedented seven straight tour de france titles, the 39-year-old cyclist made clear there is no reset button this time. this time, he's leaving professional racing behind for good. his retirement ends a comeback effort that failed to produce an eighth title or diminish talk that performance-enhancing drugs helped his career. >> darya: what the nfl should do for these folks who did not get to see the nfl despite buying tickets. this section did not pan out it was like the fire code or something. some people said it was a storm. you have to watch from a monitor. the fans felt betrayed almost, they filed a lawsuit. now have a new option. those fans who did not get the seats can have $5,000 flat, or reimbursement of all their expenses. but they have to have receipts which ever one is higher. the third offer from the nfl we will be right
>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. are a big story is the storm this in the sierra, let's go live to run up he's in, low where the snow is falling hire up. >> rob: good morning. >> darya: it is really piling up? >> rob: a really is. we had maybe six-8 in.. you can imagine up high of seven dozen feet for the problem had traced the. >> darya: they're looking at a couple feet or more it's not just today, what you going to be doing today? >> rob: we're thinking about paying a visit to heavenly valley, see what they've got. i know there'll excited. all of the resorts are excited about this note.
e snopow. will touch them as they go about their business. there is no sort of things to do, assuming we can move around. visibility is a very low. >> mark: at hurt the winds have been a real issue. were they like now? >> rob: its about holocaust on of an hour. occasionally, i guess, comes through. i wouldg snow. >> darya: but it really does help to have you marty there, a lot of people are having up, it is good rhythm to see where they're headed. it will be as low ride. >> rob: absolutely, pack his teens even if you haven't all wheel drive vehicle they
will let you through, but they will make sure you have this sheen's in the car just in case. >> mark: thank you, we did that really comes earlier and 80 we had traffic out because the truck was stopped. the traffic is moving once again. here's crystal springs, the snow is on their road way. traffic is moving. winter storm warning. now, here is a look at the weather. >> louisa: there's not much left in the bay area compared to this year all the moisture has pushed revert to their. we're still seeing some light rain out there. san mateo, foster city, san mateo bridge picking up some light rain. also to danville, san ramon seeing some showers along
succeed there and 101. from morgan hill sent to gilroy. 9:00 a.m. watch so work its way through rate around downtown san francisco. 10:00, this is when we start to see the thunderstorms kick in. with that, we could see the potential for some small hail. for the rest of the day, pop up showers here and there. in fact to keep that wet weather around the end of the work week. sting into the 40's, 50's,-- staying into the '40's-50s. 53 san francisco, 50 san rafael. and napa. temperatures will stay down
into the low 50s in the south bay. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. more wet, windy weather expected tomorrow and friday. george >> george: mere tracking a couple of slow down hot spot like the rest into walnut creek. says ben-68 terror and westbound-24. in this more sluggish there, also, on the peninsula 101 s southbound pretty heavy leading down toward hillsdale. even past the 92 interchange it will be heavy traffic. northbound is pretty slow up towards sfo coming from high-92.way-92. the
bridge toll plaza not too bad, slow from the watercress, incident free. we do have wind advisories, for nearly every bridge. earlier problems in san francisco getting into the city on 101-280. an early morning or ramp closure is no longer having any impact. it is an easy trip to the airport past that store traffic. mark? >> mark: thank you, we can to your team coverage of the weather and traffic yoli is on the scene of some big troubles earlier this morning. >> reporter: for a while there you had the 280 shutdown northbound for a good portion of the morning. they opened up around 7:10 a.m. there were able to take
down some signs, they were a threat to commuters that is why they had to shut it down. the have and replace them, they did decide to open it up. traffic is moving just fine. let me assure you, you also just have the 101 that is also blowing pretty easily into the city. >> mark: thank you, other parts of the bay area the wind is blowing. >> darya: united continental holdings says 100 757 have been grounded while the company performs maintenance checks. yesterday's grounding caused 17 flights to be canceled. sfo sought delays last night officials say they could continue this morning. >> mark: we will be right
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with a qualifying u-verse bundle. at&t u-verse tv. tv like you've never seen before. at&t. >> james: a live chat at tahoe, where is the route? good question, that is the question you are driving into. by some counts the foot of snow is our the on the ground. there is some cars making their way into the shot. is this all the accumulated on the tropical late. a lot of snow up there. we have a chain requirements in the fact. you can see were the snow is falling. if you're headed up on these zero, just local rent that is where the rain turned into snow. rate below we're seeing the rain
turned to snow. snow levels down to 3,000 ft., it is dusty. we're looking for total accumulations of 6 in.-2 ft.. the snow that is blowing across there are ways making a really hard to see where the shoulders are. our visit, give yourself a lot of extra time. chan requirements = 80, 50,88. we do have that the freeway is closed between silver lake and wood-4 on 88. >> mark: jackie sissel is live at the pacifica with more. >> reporter: >> mark: we cannot hear him rain out 08 areas. >> reporter: it is that
high wind i could not here for a second. you can see this surf, it is really windy. it is not all that unusual. one thing you notice is look at the blue sky. we're expecting high tide around 9:15 a.m. it believes are any indication we're just ready to cross over the sea wall. by 915-90 a.m. we may see them crashed over the seawall. if your coming of here, it is beautiful, cold, windy. if you're walking along the boardwalk be aware of these waves. >> mark: be careful out there high surf and advisory in effect until 2:00. >> darya: lots to talk about in gary's world, where it's always sunny. we'll be right
>> darya: when is it went to end with the prices, and up? close to 200 many in? is any mystery hundred? >> gary: this is the start the scene louis cardinals, i think generally considered the best player in baseball. the report is, 10 years, 300 million. this morning and came out that an outbreak of talks. they're not even remotely close to the deal. >> darya: do you really think that is going to happen? >> gary: that is what i owe is question, he said by 9:00 eastern. if they don't have a deal, he's back a tax
credit to the end of the season he is someone to be distracted. that is going to be a distraction the whole time. i wouldn't want to be on that team. the whole season is going to be about what he's going to do. >> darya: there are rumors about whether the union is forcing him to rolled out. >> gary: supposedly, it sounds crazy, it's supposed to be a free enterprise system. the union is so strong in baseball encourage better players to milk every dollar. that is where baseball and all sports best that i think, the best players give them whatever they want because they draw fans. they sell the game. but because the best player makes 10 does not mean the guy in the middle should
make five. >> darya: yes. >> gary: that's where i think most pro sports ground. i know there's a tendency to give everyone an equal pay scale. but the best guy you get because he draws people. but the guys were replaceable. i'm sorry that's how it should be. >> darya: barry bonds, the secret recording is going to be allowed. we're getting really close to this trial. i was amazed that his old friend made this recording i guess he needed to show it to his dad. >> gary: , and thos who knows we made it. hopkins would say give us the questions you want, they were really tight. he was the best man
at his wedding. then they had a major falling out. that's the thing, treat people halfway decent. and you may catch a break. when he was on top, heat to people rough walls some people. this getting tapes therefore they discuss steroids. >> darya: lance did not end of, but he is ending he's calling their retirement 2.0. >> gary: how many times as he retired? >> darya: i don't know. he's 39 years old and he is retiring. i like to escrow, he said is that basically operates. he's tired of it. we bring it all ourselves. >> gary: i guess the last
report he's got syringes, supposedly right? >> darya: yes. >> gary: if he's not in a peak of his career get out of there. the same with bonds, i know he lied to a federal jury, he cheated in a baseball game. he shouldn't be imprisoned for that. >> darya: michael leavitt went to prison for theivick is a period we will see a next thursday. i do what a proper, do want to see it? >> gary: i think it's a bad move, this get rehabilitated himself in the eyes of football. so, all you're doing now is going on there. i imagine oprah will show the video, crime scenes, for
lack of a better term. and bring all of that stuff up again. who is watching? women. that's cobra's big audience. maybe the only known him for that. without seeing someone's pictures, now they see the pictures. i don't think it helps him. >> darya: it ended rehashes it. >> gary: he's doing is so he can get some endorsements. his new contract is like $20 million. >> darya: wow! >> gary: does he need endorsements to? >> darya: he has proven himself on the field. his could be over. charlie sheen, may be time for a prayer. >> gary: he's making $2 million an episode. maybe he can help oprah show. >> darya: how about sports illustrated? >> gary: it's got run all
those girlfriend on the cover. she's christie and aeronaut those conference. it's five things you don't know about her, she's his girlfriend and a model. >> gary: that is to be the closest thing to pornography, i tell this story about a guy who walked by plot i maxim magazine in my lap and said this is your new bible. there's all these magazines ever, that is very attractive. but there's 10 of those now. >> darya: absolutely. you subscribe to it though, as we consider the santa automatically. >> gary: the debt and retire? >> darya: know this is the span when the other guy retired. >> gary: she's still with the guy is as his name in
>> louisa: we will continue with another weather check coming up. >> george: there may be next and blocking three lanes into downtown oakland complete text of the head. >> mark: thank you, gov. jerry brown instituted a hiring freeze across state government tuesday, citing the state's $25.4 billion for state agencies to cut millions in expenses. the executive order by brown bars state agencies from hiring new workers, converting part-time
positions into full-time positions or transferring employees between agencies or departments. he also prohibited departments from hiring outside contractors to make up for the freeze. the move follows earlier executive orders in which brown slashed the number of state-funded cell phones and cars being used by public employees. san francisco state university want to save a million dollars. under each proposal, the campus would continue to have its four colleges of business, ethnic studies, health & human services and science & engineering. the college of creative arts would also remain, but might be called the college of creative arts & communication. gone would be the colleges of behavioral & social science and humanities. in their place would be a new college of liberal arts. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. >> darya: let's get a live look at sat, a look at all this note, this is 80 at truckee. this is where you face, it's a long drive but fabulous conditions. honey...? [ mom ] yes.
and got wireless access. no more cords. wireless, okay, honestly, can i just get a cord, please? dad, the cord's invisible. [ female announcer ] for a limited time, call to get high speed internet for just $14.95 a month for 12 months with select services and a 1-year price guarantee. it's our fastest internet for the price. oooh. videos online? here? how much is that? nothin'. at&t high speed internet at home includes access here. our invisible cord is really long, dad. oooh. [ female announcer ] get access to the entire at&t national wi-fi network for no extra charge. so for a limited time, get high speed internet for just $14.95 a month for 12 months with select services and a 1-year price guarantee. aren't you glad we switched to at&t? yes...but i want my own invisible cord. you already have one. oh. ♪ >> mark: welcome back to the kron 4 news. we're watching the storm passing to the bay
area, we have a high surf the advisory in effect until 2:00 a.m.. >> darya: we have a winter storm warning in tahoe, look at this live shot 80, conditions are difficult to see in drive-in. creep the skean. >> mark: kron4 is brought a flood about is up in south lake we sent him up before this note. >> rob: good morning, still coming down side trees here even at lake level. six-8 in. here. i just checked in with some folks at the nearby heavenly, if they're saying they're getting a total accumulation of 14 in.. maybe eat-12 in. at 7,000 ft.. there is and what they call a white out and winter hold. there's hank
herrmann up if you can get here because they have lower lips open.fts open. this is lake tahoe, snowplows are everywhere. people seem to be kidding around fairly well in spite of this. there used to this note. as far as they're concerned is gold. >> darya: this is the shot of the flight blowing, the wind is not a problem. if you can get out today, you can go tomorrow. >> mark: they're saying come on up. this note is really coming down. after six dry weeks they needed this. >> darya: we're looking at more snow? >> louisa: yes. more than 2 ft. of snow is affectexpected.
you can see the wind in the sierra, investing around.gustin driving could be difficult. strucstorm tracker 44 is watching us sell to the golden gate bridge, pushing through downtown, light rain. you'll probably need your windshield wipers on. this morning, showers continue into berkeley, martinez, walnut creek. spotty showers rate of three redwood city, san mateo. this is the trend throughout the day. hit and miss showers. periods of trying. as we head towards 10:00, better chance of se thunderstorms. we have still got plenty of wet weather
ahead of us. the winds rain now are not as strong as earlier this morning. overnight we had guests at ports to 40 mi. an hour. 12 oakland, 14 sfo, fairfield inn did he not attend. 10. we my downpours around the city and spread southward by 10:00. into hayward and redwood city, in the afternoon threat of thunderstorms that could produce small hill. hit and miss showers, pop up showers. we will continue to keep that threat of what weather in the overnight hours. currently in the 40's, 44 napa, in san francisco 47. mid-50s and
some of the warmer spots. wet, windy weather expecting it to persist. slight chance of showers into the weekend and next week. added >> george: anna ada trucking an new hota motorcycle accident westbound 580. it actually occurred all the way to highway and 13. it is that the westbound highway 2 for all the way to the caldecott. we encounter how effective that is it has cleared up the traffic here at the bay bridge toll plaza. what is all being held up further. so, there is no delays at the toll plaza. but 580 is a problem.
let's take a look at an estate-680, it was a hot spot earlier this morning. still little sluggish south. 9:00, the back up should clear out. >> darya: thank you, more on our weather, traffic recent will tran to the south bay to check at the kanout the conditions. >> will: you are looking at the same thing i am looking at, visibility is not that great. the rain continues to come down. every now and then it comes down really hard. the water is not the only thing, there is so much on the ground, you have to deal with it. it is being kicked up by the cars in front of you. make sure yet
plenty of space between you and the car in front of you. i'm only going 62 mi. an hour. much more weather coverage throughout the morning. northbound-101, will trent, kron4 news. >> mark: san francisco supervisor is considering legislation that would acquire professional dockworkers to get parliament to take dogs to city parks. --dog walkers. some dog advocates say regulating adult workers would help ensure that dockworkers keep them under control and pick up after them. >> darya: still no word on the vote by the city council on weather and that they will fund sex change operations for city employees. financial experts are warning that muni is
facing a 01 $0.6 billion deficit and less as they slash $30 million in spending. the chronicle reports a parcel tax is among five ideas that consultants are suggesting. union and city officials are deciding which to put before voters in the 2011 ballot >> mark: . we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live like their san francisco some pop up showers windy like their san francisco some pop up showers windy conditions. c1 rocket scientists! you gave us the space age... but your savings accounts are stuck in the stone age! earn more commodore with interestplus savings at capitalone.com. that's new school banking, baby! [ laughs ] instead of earning zilch, your savings will be earning three times the national average. three times more? roger that!
coming down sideways, vertically, we had a winter storm warning in effect for all of lake tahoe. you can see where that snow line is. as you head to south lake, just below the winds we have this . a lot of snow is falling. we could see an upward of 2 ft.. more overnight. pretty decent accumulation for ski weekend, next week is ski week a lot of folks are highly myriaanticipating this. snow levels rain around 2,500 ft., that is where we see this note. those accumulations' anywhere from 6 in. to 2 ft. not only do we have white out conditions we also have chain requirements in effect.
interstate-80 we have chain requirements highway-50 and was the section of highway- 88 shut down. >> mark: following the latest on a protest in the middle east breading to libya as hundreds of people are rallying in support of anti-government protesters. this is video showing protestors marching down the street. the state-run news agency is providing this video saying the rallies were held in several cities in the country. the government is downplaying the address saying libya is note egypt. these are people fighting each other. >> darya: cbs news correspondent lara logan was recovering in a u.s. hospital tuesday from a sexual attack and beating she suffered while reporting on the tumultuous events in cairo. logan was in the
city's tahrir square on friday after egyptian president hosni mubarak stepped down when she, her team and their security "were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration," cbs said in a statement tuesday. the network described a mob of more than 200 people "whipped into a frenzy." separated from her crew in the crush of the violent pack, she suffered what cbs called "a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating." she was saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 egyptian soldiers. >> mark: a new measure of the u.s. government to ask the pre-trial confinement constrictions for a private u.s. is suspected of helping to lead tleak files to wikileak >> darya: 10 s 8:43 a.m.. this is 50 at skier and live in tahoe, look, the conditions or for driving are tough but once you get their beautiful skiing. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few
>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. jackie sissel is live of threat that. pacifica. >> reporter: this is a game of tag, let me see if i can get closer. i'm standing far away, delays started crashing over about 15 minutes ago hitting my van. i have the camera cover on. rain gear on. we're starting to see this high tide effect. through samos' pen is blue skiesfor the most part s blue skies. with this huge search, once again fully and high tide winds and will see these a wave crest over the
top. folks who have walked along the boardwalk had been hit all morning long. if you're coming back here, the most important thing keep your eyes on the water. i'm a victim of that here in the past, you don't want to be that. you can see this great, high winds, blue skies. >> darya: you are asking for today. >> reporter: no, i don't qwantwant any part of it. >> darya: a these rough cut there, we do not make waves, winds, snow. >> mark: we have reports of hell in pacific heights, hayward, san francisco. --a few see any hill of their send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. >> louisa: i want to assure
shut, this is the bay bridge toll plaza. we are seeing some hell over in the east bay, look at our radar you can see it all lit up. you can see the rain starts and radon to real. it is now pushing off to the east. rainfall rates of more than 1 in. per hour. we will take you closer and then show you highway-24 and highway- 13. check it out, another little system pushing its way through. mark thunderstorm's expected. -- more thunderstorms expected. the east gate assembly could experience another round of
thunderstorms. --east bay. craig and your pleasanton, livermore getting some thunderstorms as well. certainly, a lot of active weather expected to continue. especially when we have those breaks, starts to heat things up. this is very helpful for those under cells to develop. 10 fairfield, at 12 oakland, as we take it to the rest of the morning we will continue to see heavy downpours. periods of light rain, it breaks, heavy downpours occasional thunderstorms. this will continue to a good portion of the day. unstable weather is expected to continue even up into the evening. we will
keep this strength of what weather to route the workweek. >> erica: >> louisa: www.snowbomb.com. we don't want to leave this out this morning, check out the fresh news no more than 1 ft.. eight lifts are open. hallwooomewood six lives are open. no. storear more snow, over a foot, 16 lives. erica? >> erica: thank you, westbound 5/80, we are tracking a motorcycle crash the good news is it has been cleared. all lanes are open.
the back up is growing. we're moving past piedmont tracking speeds as low as 12 mi. an hour. slow and go. as a result, not much traffic here. that is because traffic is being held up past that scene. not allow traffic here metering lights are on. northbound- 101 still a little sluggish. see that camera and shaking indicating gusty winds. we're clearing up the back up on the 87 interchange. if you're thinking about northbound-280 slow speeds than to just 21 mi. an hour. >> mark: thank you, oakland city attorney is pushing for a second gang injunction. inside this area a lisof alleged
gang members ordered from hanging out in this area. the hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. the fbi and u.s. postal service are inspected a suspicious or whether that may have sickened a clerk at the business office of the v.a. hospital. we're waiting to hear from the test results for the hospital. yesterday's accord " of the gritty, when to the e.r. as a precaution, he became nauseous, vomited. 150 other people working in a building they were evacuated no one else was sickened. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. as our team a coverage continues of the weather and the traffic. the rain has back up we still have clouds, traffic on the approach to the bay bridge. [ female announcer ] here are some great reasons to switch to at&t.
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>> mark: nfl is sweetening its the deal. the league offering $5,000 or reimbursement of all their costs related to their seeding. they could not get the savings ready in time for the game. some fans are taking legal action against the lake. as we track the storm still a lot of snow coming down in the sierra. four different cameras we recorded 40 minutes ago. that winter storm warning in effect until 4:00 a.m., chain requirements close to the sierra, 2 ft. of an
>> mark: 9:00 a.m., a top stories tracking the storm as we get heavy downpours, alive look at storm tracker 4, sunshine at the golden gate, hailed showing up in the oakland area. continuing with the latest. >> darya: we have high surf advisory to tell you about. we will track that as well as what's happening in tahoe. >> mark: winter storm warning in effect for tahoe several feet expected. >> darya: let's get to the local forecast of what's going on now. >> louisa: if you see a lot of sunshine out there, that is contributing to the severe weather. the sun heats things up and creates instability. we have
thunderstorms out there right now. a lot of reports of pale.h. severe weather around 580. san bruno ave, also just a bit further east this sell works its way through berkeley a few moments ago. it is pushing into walnut creek as well. as we take into livermore heavy cells coming down right there as well. thunderstorms around the bay, a lot of instability around. you may not see rain at all right now, or you might be hearing thunderstorms the outside right now. a closer look here and show you all the cells sitting off in the pacific continuing to work
their way through. wet weather expected through the morning hours, winds are getting testy with in those cells. by 9:00 a.m., continuing with severe weather. working towards the afternoon we continue with spotty showers, hit or miss showers. even in to the evening. active day to day of thunderstorms continuing as we work our way through the day. 7 day around the bay, wet whether for tomorrow, and your friday. slight chance of showers saturday, sunday. erica? >> erica: 580 hot spot the good news is a motorcycle crash has cleared from the lanes out there. the back up is only growing along 580, speeds down
to 7 mi. an hour. the back up is stretching along 580, slowing go conditions here. westbound 24 now backed up from the caldecott tunnel. very slow and go conditions. once you hit the bay bridge we did see clearing. not the case right now, meter lights still cycled on drive time about 20 minutes from the foot of the maze towards fremont street san francisco. well muckrake, at no problems there it is hard to see--walnut creek--lots of space between cars. 24 you will be met with big delays through the caldecott tunnel. darya? >> darya: were zooming in on this picture snapped in the 8:00
a day of our8:00 a.m. ouhour. >> mark: we have sunshine, heavy downpours, i surf. jackie's a soul is watching the waves carefully. >> reporter: i'm inside the van now to stay away from these waves that are breaking over the seawall. it is a white foamy mess out here. anytime you come out here during the storms you will see these high surf and high waves. we are seeing that now. high tide is around 9:15 a.m., we are seeing the peak right now. the one thing you will see is big patches of blue sky. the wind is high, the
temperature is down. for the most part it is dry and much to get too close to the waves. >> mark: i believe i remember losing a camera to the big waves over the past decade or so. >> reporter: i personally have never lost a camera. >> mark: we could see waves as high as 20 ft.. >> darya: if you're headed out of the bay area by plane united continental holdings state 100 757 i have been grounded while doing maintenance checks. there are cancelled 70 cancelled and a 17 planes have been canceled and there has been delays as well. >> mark: alive look at 50 as the run. people i out and about.oute
could get several feet of snow here in the sierra, we sent rubout to the sierra last night he is in south lake. there is very little visibility and it is tough for the plows to keep up. a lot of resorts have a wind hold for the high rison. >> darya: we will be back with more of a couple of minutes. ñ
heavy at times. >> mark: in an effort to close a budget gap,gov. jerry brown instituted a hiring freeze across state government tuesday, citing the state's $25.4 billion budget deficit and the need for state agencies to cut millions in expenses. the executive order by brown bars state agencies from hiring new workers, converting part-time positions into full-time positions or transferring employees between agencies or departments. he also prohibited departments from hiring outside contractors to make up for the freeze. the move follows earlier executive orders in which brown slashed the number of state- funded cell phones and cars being used by public employees. san francisco state looking to reduce their colleges down to six. the move can present more prevent more layoffs. the california state university system is trying to close a $32 million shortfall. >> darya: san jose budget a worse work. they say firefighters and police officers
may be laid off. that they would also cut one-quarter of public safety employees. they are looking at other areas they came cut. there has never been a major layoff of police officers in san jose, but last year san jose laid-off 49 firefighters. this is the second year underwrote the police department has faced layoffsin a row policd layoffs. >> darya: we will be right back after the break.
of snow right now well over a foot from last night. if you are traveling up to the tahoe area you will be confronted with delays. and change control. it is hard to change control. if you don't know if you have snow tires checked the side it will tell you. carry chains in the car even though you might have a four-wheel-drive with snow tires appeare. if you are coming up. u might want to time it accordingly, watched the weather a, a different time. >> mark: we always have a gray area so what do you look for? >> caller: the letter m. and the
letter asks.s. >> darya: i know i don't have snow tires. i have four-wheel- drive. >> caller: if you have a four- wheel drive in you do not have snow tire you need chains. >> mark: earlier we saw hold on traffic how often does that happen? do you decide or together? >> caller: it depends on the circumstances, it typically this happens all the time the problem is we get several cars in an area that is dangerous. every other car comes to that area crashes as well so we will traffic temporarily. typically the complete closures are done
by caltrans. temporary hold are usually caused by acid because we cannot clean it up and still have traffic coming through. -- by askius--. >> darya: you can plauen and then we can drive it. the problem is with this storm this snow is blowing so that makes the drive off. >> caller: visibility is 90 percent of the time what closes 80. the biggest problem now bigger rigs with chains on our having a difficult time getting over the summit. they get sideway and then they completely blocked the road. >> mark: think you officer for joining us. >> darya: it was fun to see
those live shots. this is video live. they are going to see a couple of feet today and then more over the week. >> mark: we are tracking heavy cells around the bay area as well. >> louisa: this is looking out at the east bay. those clouds hanging out in the east bay. we are looking at the cell that just pushed to the east. it is moving towards 680, thunderstorms are embedded in that pulling out some hail. we do heavier raito have heavier rh antioch and walnut creek this morning. here's a look right
now in downtown san francisco to the south of that. daly city into pacific a similar weather. some light showers there. periods through the day of dry weather, light showers you will have to turn on your windshield wipers. right now watching as cell pushing and through the north bay, we are seeing intensity level picking up there. so don't be surprised if you hear thunderstorms in the north bay. as we take it in through the next hour 10:00 phour by 10:00 a.m. it will be scattered showers. by year evening commute continued downpour's at times, then we will have vocational bricks and wet weather as well. it will be it wet day stretching right through your thursday morning.
current temperatures in the '40's, 50 degree readings right now, a 47 san francisco, into san rosa 42. this afternoon the highs and to mid-50s cooling off by tomorrow. windy weather 3 workweek, a slight chance of showers into the weekend. >> erica: significant delays in 580 this morning tracking it as a hot spot for you. earlier we had a motorcycle crash. it was approaching the macarthur maze that accident long gone from the traffic lanes. the back up the long stretch of read along 580, miles of slow traffic. 12 mi. an hour in the slower spots. this is not the only road way affected. west bound 24 indicating slow and go conditions. walnut creek conditions look good within
camera shot. taking it back to the traffic maps you can see the ride past the 680-24 split you are seeing the structure of bread. expect big delays on 24 due to that earlier accident. the bay bridge toll plaza met with another back up. we have cleared up the 880 over cross, the meter lights cycled on expect delays here. >> darya: 9:21 a.m., we want to update gabrielle deferreds condition.oo know chief of staff it says she knows there was a traumatic event. but she doesn't malt no more than that. she was not
aware after being hit by the bullet in the head. they have been told her a lot of details. the doctors don't want to tell her until she can ask more questions. her husband hopes she will be well enough to attend the march launch of the space shuttle in march. >> mark: libya thousands of people protesting. people are not marching down the streets chanting. they say the rallies were held in several cities. opposing khaddafi who has been in power for 40 years. libya is now egypt and the government claims whatever is happening here is young people fighting with one another. thousands of people turned out into are run today. this gathering comes
>> mark: keeping our eye on the cells that are popping up. this is the concern through the afternoon. reports of halo around the bay area. a strong sell to the south of petaluma. we have heavy rain through the moroccan area. heavy rain off pacifica, also lighter rain through the peninsula. >> darya: center weather pictures. we have had with their pictures comment.comment. the dp
53 points and so was an aztec. general motors says it is recalling more than 50,000 cadillac cts vehicles worldwide to fix a loose joint that could cause a rear wheel to become unstable, making it hard for drivers to steer. gm says the recall affects more than 44,000 cts vehicles in the united states from the 2009 and 2010 model years. the remaining vehicles were sold in china and around the globe. gm says there have been no injuries or fatalities related to the recall. the auto company said nuts in the rear suspension could become loose, causing a handling or making the driver lose control of the vehicle. owners can contact cadillac for more information. >> mark: borders has filed bankruptcy. it is saying it will close 30% of its stores or 200 stores over the next few weeks. the company will receive $500 million in financing as well as others to help with reorganization. >> darya: 9:28 a.m., alive look
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get high speed internet for just $14.95 a month for 12 months with select services and a 1-year price guarantee. aren't you glad we switched to at&t? yes...but i want my own invisible cord. you already have one. oh. ♪ >> mark: have been telling you about the hail, check out the video coming and this is the oakland hills a few moments ago. strong downpour's coming in around the bay. we have been tracking these heavier cells through the bay area. pale here in hayward, and oaklan >> louisa: the weather conditions are conducive for thunderstorms. these breaks in the wet whether the sunshine
heeding the ground creating instability. you can see the dark sky here in the north bay. severe weather in the north bay at this hour. for the most part we will cease osee thunderstorme east bay. still dealing with active weather. this cell has been creating plenty of thunderstorms pushing through the east bay. moving its way eastward through danville and the south of walnut creek. along the peninsula wet weather along 101, headed toward south san francisco the north bay you can see showers, heavier cells making their way through. light showers from san rosa it down to petaluma and novato. we will take a closer look at the
livermore valley right around hayward. right on through the altamont pass we are getting heavy downpours as well. ride offshore still looking at cells making their way through. it will be in active morning through the next few hours. by 10:00 a.m., heavy downpours at points, what we look at throughout the day is periods of dry weather, light showers, the occasional thunderstorms. that's what we have seen this morning. it will be a consistent pattern through it a good portion of the day. by 8 the evening commute we will continue with this andthe l continue with instability. thursday, friday you will certainly need your umbrella and raincoats. slight chance of showers 20 percent chance into
next week. >> erica: we are accident heavy in the traffic area. we are seeing a backbreak up in a backp here. a motorcycle accident was blocking three lanes. you can now see stretches of green or yellow on your screen. we are seeing a lengthy back up on 580, we also have improving conditions a long 24. if you're headed at the bay bridge you will be met with the back up. meter lights are still cycled on slowing go conditions coming from 580. 880 is not too bad this morning the drive time of about 90 minutes into fremont street san francisco. improving in the south bay cameras aren't shaking is around. speeds improving on 1 01 in the northbound direction. no
problems to report for northbound 2 80, 880, highway 17. it is raining around the bay area so people want to stay in their cars but public transit looks good. >> darya: we do have some reports of giant hill coming down in parts of the east bay. --hail-- >> will: northbound 880, and i'm headed towards oakland. all of a sudden traffic stops. so much so i was able to jump out of the car, grabbed my camera and look at this. all of the hail coming down, not an accident causing traffic to come to a complete standstill. it is basically a parking lot on 880. it's because
of all of this hale. you can see how much accumulated even my windshield wipers cannot cleared quick enough for you to get a quick look at the traffic in front of me. if you are stuck on a 80, trying to get through oakland. this is the reason why. giant hill coming down. northbound 880, will tran kron 4 news. >> mark: bars station has hale, pitchers from san francisco with pale in the streets earlier today as well. --hale--if you have any wild weather pictures we will put them on the news. at breaking breaking news, this juo the kron 4 news.
>> i've got the braves sued on now. it actually has gone down a bit out here. there is a high service advisory. we are at high tide. people are inching their way out to the pacific up here as well. the thing you'll notice is the blue sky. is actually very clear road here. it is windy, the rain has passed a spy for the most part. if you're coming out here to get away from the rain for a while, be aware, you will have sneaker waves come over the sea wall. don't turn your back to the waves. otherwise it's absolutely beautiful. >> darya: it sounds windy. those temperatures are chile and will bit chillier this weekend. how was that? >> reporter: it's chilly, you
>> mark: live looks through the sierra this morning. we are tracking the winter storm warning in effect through tomorrow morning. different shots to show you recording this earlier. here is a video from the traffic cameras. one hour ago, this snow is coming down at 80, also snow big deal at whitmorecoming down at whitmoree
upper lips are on the wind hold this morning. >> darya: muni is holding a deficit over the next 20 years. unless it slashes 30 million in spending. correct creates 50 million in additional revenue each year. a parcel tax is an idea that consultants suggested. they have until august to decide what plan to put before the voters. still no word on last night's vote by the berkeley city council on whether to fund a change operations for city employees. if they do they will put aside $20,000 a year for those operations. >> mark: a quick break now is the morning news continues. all lot of pictures coming in and we will share them with you.
>> darya: 945, this is hailed video shot just given moments ago. pale in oakland pouncing on the cars and the dax. --hail--it is a slushy hail. >> mark: let's get to it and see what else is in store. >> louisa: from san mateo these ominous looking clouds out there. this is what it looks like for a good portion of the bay. when you get breaks and the sun warms up. it creates instability. that's why we are getting thunderstorms. storm tracker for you can see we are picking up showers to the north bay as well. we picked up severe
weather through the east bay, now that rain is easing up, becoming like-moderate in nature.light and moderate in na rates for the eastright throughs well, and in the north bay south of san rosa long 1 01, down into novato, along 37 towards vallejo this morning. continuing with the wet weather. cells are moving to the livermore valley as well. as we zoom in doubt you can see the pacific, more cells are coming in in the next hour or so. this wet weather will continue throughout the morning. and into the afternoon as well. by noontime still active looking
radar for you. disperses three- year evening hours, your evening commute could be uthis continueg as well. by this evening wet weather coming down, rain continuing early morning hours thursday. 7 day around the bay, more wet weather expected for thursday, friday. saturday, sunday 20 percent chance of rain right now. also we have looked up in the sierra. these are conditions at alpine meadows. 86 in., new snow over ft, 8 lifts open. home what base depth of 94 in., new snow 12 in., 6 lifts
open. north star base depth of 55 in., 13 in. of fresh new powder, 16 lifts open. >> erica: we are still tracking is significant delay if you're headed up to the bay bridge this morning along westbound 580, and northbound direction of the nimitz freeway. conditions are improving but the mix of wet weather out there in the earlier accidents really tied up the ride. more stretches of yellow and your screen indicating 35 mi. an hour. we are seeing more shuffling headed into the city right now the meter lights are on. 880 may be your best approach. if you're coming the shore freeway those are problem free conditions. golden gate bridge southbound 1 01, it looks good weather wise and traffic wise. southbound 101 looks good,
traffic forflowing freely. they're asking you keep both hands on your will as we do have a strong wind advisory. no problems for public transit. mark? >> mark: we have been asking for pictures of the weather around the bay area. take a look at the hail on the card. this is from pleasanton. this is the part station this morning. cal in san francisco. also from pacific heights. in the oakland hills we see the hill coming down at a good clip. if you have any
photos sanded and to breaking news at www.kron4.com. >> darya: felony charges against up more tour director.san francr cheated at least seven families by preselling funerals to the living, then spending the money and leaving nothing for his customers' burials when they died.derek washington of oakland, who ran the funerals by washington mortuary on lasalle avenue in the bayview neighborhood until it closed in january 2009, swindled his customers out of at least $30,000.prosecutors filed felony grand-theft charges tuesday against washington, 38. other news, pushing for a second getting an injunction in all media courtsalli'll meet the. tl
they will speak out about the harm that could be caused by this injunction. >> mark: they are investigating a suspicious letter that may have second declared in the business office of the v.a. hospital. test results are expected to come in later today. a clerk found something gritty when he opened the envelope. he went to a hospital as a precaution he became nauseous and vomited. there are 150 people working in the office who were evacuated for the day. >> darya: 9:51 a.m., back with more of a couple of minutes. san mateo 1 01. the sun shining but this is not the end of the storm. we will be right back.
deal to ticketholders to poor without seats on game day. the league offering them $5,000 apiece or reimbursement of expenses related to the seating fiasco. whichever is higher. this is the third offer from the nfl. some fans say they are taking legal action. the sierra 89, still snowing and still training requirements. >> darya: we are tracking this snow there. we have pieces of video recorded at 9:30 a.m., 89 at highway 28. it is the same here in soda springs. at least with this snow blowing it has made driving conditions very bad. we have a chain
requirements as well. you do need to get your chains on at i- 80, highway 50, highway 88. >> mark: i think you can get 88 to kirkwood but tough driving. time off for a lot of kids next week with president weekend coming up. ski weeks for a lot of kids. we are also cracking downpours that are coming down right now. more rain is possible over the next few days. we will see what we see right now. sunshine around the bay. also heavy downpours and help. >> daryahail.
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>> james: diet and a na and not at top stories, ca ill in some spots will check on highs serve an advisory in effect, we will take a look at the snow announced morning in the sierra, a henderson morning in fact, her 2 ft. of snow is expected to fall quite a doses will look there. will look alive pitcher san francisco. >> erica: alive look at the golden gate bridge. briggs of
south there during also thick clouds. what's happening is this sun is eating up here if thunderstorms, hail storms. storm tracker for all the screen indicating where radar is picking up the right of your this cell pushing through the crowd with his brain last tales earlier fight it is lightening up to a moderate down fourth. this all is pushing through san francisco making his way into oakland current also to leave thinking of rain. 1 01 through california as well as 37 getting rain. along the coast looks like the rain is pushing his way south east did that cell is pushing the fourth mms if you will and spirit of we will see scattered showers throughout the day. future cast 4 is set for a new solar showers, thing that
pattern through your evening commuter the fact the rain lasting early morning hours. winter storm warning in effect for the sierra and killed more often 2,500 ft., the state 50 mi. an hour. light of conditions so you'll need your chains. and elsewhere will are 4 in.-2 ft. of snow. 7 day around the bay shows this we will see the rain into the end of the work week. the chance leighton's as we head into the weekend. tainos and 01 a.m. let's give looks at traffic carried >> erica: elis local conditions on our masses was down 580, the northbound direction of the nimitz freeway. the bay bridge toll plaza still back up here meter lights are cycled on, slovo and conditions. 880 over
crust is your best approach if you're from and on the freeway we are tracking a strong wind advisory for the bay bridge this drive with extra caution, keeping both hands on the steering wheel. we do have a strong when the advisory, and in gas the los direction of year- engusts often goes direction of your i just checked the truck and must be the lead the limit in both directions to your truck in the city limits are 20 4/7. public transportation has been will be able morning. james? >> james: continuing coverage by sharing some photographs sent by viewers. this was i least faldo.
i shot in a sentence a soldier, also in the oakland hills. it can see how it intends that is, peace size hail that has been coming down,--pea--barbara sending this will go in here. all lot of great shots. spectacular weather on this thursday morning. if you have some as lawson that a man.some jackisend the men. jackie is
delicious broth out there. >> will: we just pass high tide and at oracle. how you can probably hear the high wind advisory. the wind is strong and the surf at this point. the pir is open, that they will notice --that here is ope if you will e boardwalk be aware of the waves. >> james: that's a shot of the coast. let's go to the mountain spirit this is 267 north star the cars are moving slowly, carefully. it's hard to see where the shoulders are. joining us now is a more of we sent him out to tahoe, yesterday. he has been there over night. i want to
ask are the plows doing a good job of hitting the road was clear? >> caller: it is amazing how one day there was blue skies and no snow, no sign of any kind of snow and then to day you wake up is quite out. snow still coming down sideways here in this althe south shore. they arg the first real pal ordered day in several weeks. --saturdathiss very wet at the left. a higher they have 13 in. already. >> james: i think they expect another 6 in. tonight. they give for that and hopefully we talk later through the day. we will take a quick break and be back with more of coverage of the
all morning. we have a store morning in effect until tomorrow afternoon. snow levels below right now. 2,500 ft.. there has been reports of snow. 2-4 in. below 5,000 ft.. with the gusting winds 50 mi. an hour strong or over the peaks. blowing snow so of course without conditions a possibility. we could see road closures today. >> james: we will fall more news for you. international news police in libya say well large protest are raging against the government. hundreds are rallying in the support you. thy say rallies like this one are seen all over the country. the
government downplaying the unrest. they say libya is not eject, what is happening is young people fighting each other. speaking of egypt labor strikes continued despite a warning for them to stop. hundreds of airport employees protesting. they're demanding better benefits, better wages. factory workers striking over unsafe working conditions. cbs news correspondent lara logan was recovering in a u.s. hospital tuesday from a sexual attack and beating she suffered while reporting on the tumultuous events in cairo. logan was in the city's tahrir square on friday after egyptian president hosni mubarak stepped down when she, her team and their security "were surrounded by a dangerous element amidst the celebration," cbs said in a statement tuesday. the network described a mob of more than 200 people "whipped into a frenzy." separated from her crew in the crush of the violent pack, she suffered what cbs called "a brutal and sustained sexual assault and beating." she was
saved by a group of women and an estimated 20 egyptian soldiers. she is the united states hospital this morning recovering. alive look out here at the bay area. southbound side, right now it is dry but we will have sporadic showers all day today. pop-up sunthunder showers. back with more in a moment.
snow in mount hamilton. a shot pointing towards the james, snow is lows 2,500 ft.. kind of cold. if the weather does not cause flight delays something else might. united continent all holdings as they will around 100 of their some 57 aircrafts, for maintenance checks there were not completed earlier. it is a problem they are dealing with. yesterday those flights were grounded. sfo and san jose sought delays last nine. they could see delays continue throughout the day today. call ahead to make sure your airline is on time. let's get back to weather. >> janu: we are taking alive look outside for mount tam cam.
sunny conditions, cloudy conditions, windy conditions. unstable otherweather. storm trr for showing you or the green is picking up the rain. east bay in oakland, getting rain right now. the south bay getting more rain in milpitas, and then in the north bay picking up more rain, the yellow indicating moderate downpour. we will continue to see scattered showers throughout the day. future cast 4 set for 12:00, pockets of sun and rain. that will last into your evening commute. by about 4:00 p.m., at
6:00 p.m. scattered showers. temperatures right now 493 san rosa, 52 san rafael, 50 in los gatos. the afternoon highs low 50s. cooler tomorrow. 7 day around bay shows what windy weather.wet and windy weather.'t a look at traffic. >> erica: the bay bridge toll plaza after a couple of accidents and incidents along the upper deck. slowing go conditions getting to the bridge certainly not the case right now. traffic is clearing out nicely although i do believe meter lights are still cycled on, no problems getting it to san francisco, 11 minutes from the foot of them is to san francisco. we have a strong wind
advisory here at the bay bridge. chp is asking you drive with extra caution out there. the semis for the golden gate bridge south at 1 01. we have a dry get here is traffic streams its way into san francisco. picking up another camera for you 1 01, bay shore freeway. traffic approaching third ave. we are heading in the northbound direction clearing out the slow traffic here. no accidents, incidents to report. >> james: new details on gabrielle differed. she has not been told yet of the details surrounding the shooting in tucson that injured hurt and 12 others. her chief of staff now says she knows there was a traumatic event but has not been told the severity. doctors don't want to tell her until she can
ask questions. her husband hopes she will be able to be well enough to attend the launch in april. also back in the bay area budget officials say in a worst-case scenario, mass of layoffs could come down the pipe including police officers, and firefighters. 349 please officers, and 149 fire fighters could be laid off. the city is looking at millions of dollars in other cuts including a shutting off streetlights and eliminating gang prevention people. last year san jose laid- off 49 firefighters and this is the second year and wrote the police department has faced layoffs appeared trying to save taxpayer dollarsgov. jerry brown instituted a hiring freeze across state government tuesday,
citing the state's $25.4 billion budget deficit and the need for state agencies to cut millions in expenses. the executive order by brown bars state agencies from hiring new workers, converting part-time positions into full-time positions or transferring employees between agencies or departments. he also prohibited departments from hiring outside contractors to make up for the freeze. the move follows earlier executive orders in which brown slashed the number of state- funded cell phones and cars being used by public employees. includes 26 administrator coming back to the schools. the california state university system will cut the budget by $32 million. 10:21 a.m., but still a look at the weather around the bay. insteain san roe the roots are drying out for now, will more sporadic showers on the way. we will have much more on your forecast into little bit.
>> louisa: 10:25 a.m., the sierra is kicked in with all of that snow on 80 and 50. sierra there is a winter storm warning until tomorrow afternoon. snow level very low with this 2,500 ft.. gust up to 50 mi. an hour. 2 ft. of snow above 5,000 ft., and gust like this you get one out conditions over the passes. seeing some road closures already. would be surprised if you see more through the day. 2- 4 in. of snow below that 5,000 ft. level. we actually do have a shot for you in fact we will take it into the sierra. all of that snow just blanketing the high country right now. a look at this no-fault totals over the
past 24 hours. tahoe city 17 in. of snow, 16 in. through hallmarhome would. >> georgewood. >> james: this is highway 89 at 28. you can even make out the lanes. 80 at soda springs, you can make out the road a bit better. the best condition is that can avail, they have been out there, at we do have that winter storm warning through the day today, all watch extends through tomorrow. keeping an eye on that. bring chains. chain requirements on 80 from gould run, tuesday line. highway 88
for the coast. one last note of a winter storm warning for the sierra, we have seen in some cases more than a foot of snow fall. we will have more of that in a moment. let's get to the other. >> janu: we will take alive look outside at our roof care rep. sunshine, clouds, dealing with unstable weather this morning. thunderstorms, hail storms, continuing through the day. storm tracker for shows all the green it's where reader picks up the rain showers. in to the east bay into livermore valley getting rain. also in the south bay palo alto, los gatos and saratoga as well. also in the north bay. south of san rosa at this yellow indicating moderate downpours. 1 01 down to novato
getting rain as well. seeing scattered showers through the day. 12 noon 12:00 p.m. the rain l continue as well as during your commute. temperatures outside in the '40's and 50's. low 50s from san rafael, along the east bay. the afternoon highs bringing us into the low 50s. you're 7 day around the bay shows us that wet, windy weather continuing through your work week. inland lows are born to be cool today. below freezing on sunday, upper 20s for your inland lows. checking on traffic with erica. >> erica: we are getting a break from the wet weather out there as well as a hot spots. an empty
approach to the bay area burgess. nice and light conditions no problems through the shore freeway. you can see traffic smoothly sailing. we are still tracking a strong one advisory in for the bay bridge and the san mateo bridge. the camera is shaking. traffic is nice and light in both directions of '92. for much the same story at the golden gate bridge. we have a strong wind advisory but it has not affected the traffic. no accidents or incidents to report here. no slow going in the south bay although we are tracking like conditions. no problems on the 87 interchange, same deal for all the south bay freeways.
james? >> james: we will head to the coast were jackie has been standing by keeping an eye on the surf. there is a high surf advisory in effect. >> reporter: high service advisory is in fact, for the most part it has calmed down. we had some waves crashed over the boardwalk and which is not that unusual for the winter time of year. that spray is what you'll notice the wind, a lot of wind, to be expected any time you come to the coast. a bonus also is lots of blue skies here. we are the first one to enjoy the blue sky. for now if you're tired of that rain, hail, all the other winter conditions this is a place to be. >> james: the operative word is
for now. it will be spotty hit and miss all day long. some showers include pale. we captured some of it on video today. this is out of oakland this morning you can see it coming down intensely. about the size of peanuts. not just oakland, but emeryville, berkeley, san francisco, word of pale along highway 24. --hail-- don't forget to send us whether pictures. this is the shot from chris in pleasanton. it is a mix freezing rain almost in some spots in there. this is a shot of debbie and her drive white. this is the sleet and hail
coming down. west oakland at park platform saying hill coming down. --hail--don't forget you can get the latest weather updates from our web sites. just click on the whether tab. a quick look where you have your shot on the james lick freeway. this is what it looks like as you're looking east. you can see all the cloud cover, potential rain, more on coverage in a moment.
tahoe 14 in. of snow. home what 16 in., we are continuing to see snow fall on are greater. highlighted here on i 80. we do still have in fact a winter storm warning in effect until tomorrow afternoon. snow levels below. 2,500 ft.. gusty winds as well. whiping that snow around creating one of conditions. 5,000 ft. getting 2 ft. of snow. james? >> james: general motors says it is recalling more than 50,000 cadillac cts vehicles worldwide to fix a loose joint that could cause a rear wheel to become unstable, making it hard for drivers to steer. gm says the
recall affects more than 44,000 cts vehicles in the united states from the 2009 and 2010 model years. the remaining vehicles were sold in china and around the globe. gm says there have been no injuries or fatalities related to the recall. the auto company said nuts in the rear suspension could become loose, causing a sudden change in the vehicle's handling or making the driver lose control of the vehicle. owners can contact cadillac for more information. borders is filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. it will close 200 stores over the next few weeks. they will financing from ge capital to reorganize. quick look as we go. i shot from the south bay, san jose camera shaking in the wind. cold too. we have rain coming to. more your forecast in just along it.
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the storm going through the bay area. a look at three locations where we saw snow come down. highway 89, cars making their way through that. one last look 80 at can avail, we saw better plowed but still having a tough time keeping up with it today. we will expect white out conditions, road closures appeared we know of one, 88 between silver lake, right there they have an avalanche control. they will keep that in place until it's more stabilized. that is the way it was shaping up in the sierra. in the bay area we sought rain, spurts of hailed as well. this is a video we captured this morning. we also have will tran out in the
commute. his ride on a 880 came to a halt. >> will: northbound 880, pass the fruit bail exit towards oakland. the traffic all of a sudden just bought. so much so i jumped out of the car, grabbed my camera, all of the hail that is coming down, not an accident causing traffic to come to a standstill. because of all of this hailed you can see how much accumulated, in just a few seconds on my windshield. even my wipers cannot clear it fast enough. for you to get a good look at the traffic in front. that's why if you're stuck on 880, trying to get through
oakland. this is the wayreason . will tran kron 4 news. >> james: let's find out the latest and see where the rain is falling. >> janu: look at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. sunshine out there and thick clouds as well. really unstable weather this morning. reports of thunderstorms out there, storm trucker for showing scatter charts for the bay area. everything indicating where radar is picking up showers. east bay through danville as well as the livermore valley getting showers. substage you can see los gatos picking up rain along the 17. getting rained down to novato picking up brain. south of novato getting some heavier downpours. that
pattern continues throughout the day. future cast set for 12:00 p.m. scattered showers, by the 4:00 p.m. hour, 6:00 p.m. hour seeing a similar pattern. temperatures aside, '40's, '50's. then 50s across the board. in the east bay, the peninsula. afternoon highs low 50s. fifties' firm san rafael to novato. 52 through concord today, low 50s further south. mid-50s through oakland, 52 los gatos, 52 in morgan hill. 7 day around the bay shows us we will see wet, windy weather through the work week. showers lasting into a weekend and next workweek. for those of you hitting the slopes, let's take a
look at www.showbomb.com ski report. kirkwood 88 in., 12 lifts, 72 runs. squaw valley 38 in., 24 lifts, 170 runs. heavenly 27 lifts open, 94 runs. 1040a a.m., a check on traffic. >> erica: no hot spots on our hands. craig conditions on bay area.great conditions on bay ara roads. we are tracking the strong wind advisory here. but so far so good here. no accidents or incidents to report. drive time 14 minutes fromacross the span. 1 01 looks
good coulspeeds at the limits in both directions. if you're driving around in san francisco, portions will be shut down in the northbound and southbound direction. due to severe flooding, public works has no estimated time of reopening those lanes just yet. >> james: for up-to-the-minute lantraffic information you can follow erica. we have a few tweets. we sa people getting exd
about the hill. -- hail-- financial experts are warning the san francisco municipal transportation agency that it is facing a $1.6 billion deficit over the next 20 years unless it slashes $30 million in spending and creates $50 million in additional revenue each year. the experts delivered the news to the agency's board of directors on tuesday. the $1.6 billion figure is based on an assessment of muni's finances by a team of financial consultants. the consultants found that if muni were to maintain its current level of service, the agency's revenue would grow 2.47 percent and salaries and benefits rise at least 3 percent. the san francisco chronicle reports that a parcel tax is among five revenue- generating ideas the consultants suggested. muni and city officials have until august to decide which of the proposals to put before voters on the november 2012 ballot. still no word on how they voted last night about funding change
operations. it would bar gang members from angry with each other. lawyers for those targeted by the interruption will call witnesses today who was begun the harm that is caused by this injunction. that hearing is called for 1:30 p.m. on p.m... yesterday clark found something gritty when he opened an envelope. he went to the hospital as a precaution he started to feel sick. at the hospital he became nauseous and throw. 150 people working in the building were evacuated for the day as a precaution. san
francisco mortuary director cheated at least seven families by preselling funerals to the living, then spending the money and leaving nothing for his customers' burials when they died.derek washington of oakland, who ran the funerals by washington mortuary on lasalle avenue in the bayview neighborhood until it closed in january 2009, swindled his customers out of at least $30,000.prosecutors filed felony grand-theft charges tuesday against washington, 38. we will take a quick break and go to the east bay. walnut creek showing you 680. it was raining quite heavily but the rain has pulled off so the road is dry out for now.
we have 80 between state line you need your chains, highway 50, and highway 88. i will double check with erica but i believe it highway 88 between silver lakand was shut down for. your seven a forecast the wet weather stays with us today, friday windy conditions as well. saturday, sunday and next week chance of showers but there's enough keeping it in the forecast. it won't be heavy in terms of rain but we have a shower to her the weekend. nfl,
apparently now they are sweetening the deal offered to hundreds of ticket holders who did not have a seat they paid for on game day. the league is offering fans $5,000, or reimbursement of all expenses related to the seating fiasco whichever is higher. this is the third offer, some fans say they will take legal actions. we will take a break at 1057. kind of along a break because we will be back until 4:00 p.m..
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